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Naomi Phan-Quang

Roberto J. Pagmanua, Jr.

October 01, 1945 - May 30, 2020

Roberto J. Pagmanua, Jr. went home to be with the Lord on May 30, 2020 at 4:45pm at UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento, CA. We created this online memorial to celebrate and pay tribute to his life. Pastor/Tito/Uncle/Kuya/Lolo Bert was loved by many. This is a platform where we can collectively share...  see more

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  • Boynoel Lingad
    These are just some of the many many years of camp pictures that QBert captured. It just made me realized how timely he took each pics to capture the joy of the ministry God had entrusted in him. Even though he wasn’t in it often, you can see his...  more
  • Allison Goyena
    My memories of Pastor Bert are filled with so much warmth. As I look back, I'm grateful to have been a recipient of an abundance of love and guidance from both him and Mama Cynth.

    Pastor Bert was someone who so clearly loved people, moved towards them,...  more
  • Joel and Annie Martinez
    I will miss Kuya Bert's friendly greeting and his warm smile whenever we see each other. He was always interested in how the family is doing and would ask about my siblings. The Lord used him mightily in building up the youth at FBC including me. Kuya...  more
  • Israel Jacob
    Tito Bert
    Thank you so much for Everything.
    I'm spiritually blessed from listening to all your messages.
    You set a good example to all people around you.
    You have touched so many lives through your ministry and faithfulness in serving our Dear Lord.
    You...  more
  • Boynoel Lingad
    “No we didn’t really know how much we loved you ‘til we lost you
    I know we didn’t really lose you
    That’s just how it looks from here
    Right now it seems we’ll never understand God’s higher ways
    But we are trusting Him until the day we do
    And...  more
  • Naomi Phan-Quang
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  • Luchi Ormeo Alura
    For me, Kuya Bert is an old family friend way back in the 60’s at First Baptist Church of Manila. I was a young girl, and he was one of the youth leaders in the church my father pastors. It was here in the US that my family connected with him again....  more
  • Mandy Ho
    This week I found myself looking at a lot of old pictures and videos. Even the ones that you’re not the focal point of, but I still was able to cherish because I saw glimpses of you just being you; like hearing you laugh at me after watching me zoom in...  more
  • Estelle Castillo
    I will definitely miss you tito Bert! Your life was such a great blessing to me and my family! Thank you for loving me back!
    And thank you too for walking me down the aisle about 17 years ago! I love you!
  • Roselie Camua
    Your life was a blessing to many and we are so much blessed to be one of them. Thank you for treating us like family and for making us feel we belong when we were yet novices in this country just as CHRIST welcomed us in HIS Heavenly home.🙏 We will...  more
  • MamaToots Malahay McMillan
    " His master said to him, ‘Well done, good and faithful servant. You have been faithful over a little; I will set you over much. Enter into the joy of your master.’" Matthew 25:23

    I'm confident that my Compadre/Ninong, Pastor Robert Pagmanua, DD was...  more
  • Jc Escobar
    You were a man that not only impacted the lives of many around you but also showed them that Jesus is real, that God is real, and that God loves everyone of His people by dying on that cross and resurrecting.
    Personally, you've taught me how to be a...  more
  • Gabriel Balanag
    You will be truly missed Pastor/Tito Bert. I remember my very first winter camp we shared a room together. You were there for my first summer camp and many if not all future summer camps that I attended. Your testimony and life has made an impact to...  more
  • Lani Pagmanua
    From the very beginning to the present time, thank you, Tito Bert, for being our godly example of what a spiritual leader should be in our marriages and in our ministries. We will be forever grateful to the Lord for you!

    ❤️ Love, Jon and Lan
  • Lani Pagmanua
    Tito Bert,
    Thank you for impacting my life in such a deep and loving way. Your love for the God’s word made me love His word. Your love for others encouraged me to be a better friend. Your love for me made me feel like you adopted me as your daughter....  more
  • Boy & Lerma Gonzales
    We have known Pastor Bert & Cynthia since the 70’s. We treasure all the memories of singing in the choir together for many years. During cantata rehearsals, Pastor Bert enjoyed when I’d cook his favorite food: dinuguan & chicken afritada. Boy &...  more
  • Julio Jiron
    We will miss your wisdom guided by Biblical principles, your devotion for studying and preaching the Word, your generosity, kindness, and clever humor. You have left a deep positive mark in my life. My wife and I have awesome and funny memories from...  more
  • Boynoel Lingad
    I am who I am because you have allowed me to stand on your shoulder to see glimpses of truth on how to walk with our Lord Saviour Jesus Christ. My wife and I are beyond grateful for officiating and making our wedding day a blessed day undeserving.
  • Dennis Gozum
    We will never forget our experiences like the cantata"s
    and our married couples bible study with him at FBC & sending us at couples retreat convention for our one year anniversary. Truly a servant of our Lord Jesus Christ!
  • Cleofe Quibote
    Kuya Bert, you are a treasure. You and ate Cynth have a special place in my heart. Thank you for loving me and my family, teaching me week after week. You will be missed. Until we meet again
  • Naomi Phan-Quang
    December 29, 2018 - South Lake Tahoe

    On one of our annual family trips. Tito loves taking pictures, so he was almost always behind the camera. I’m so happy that for these photos he agreed to be in front of the camera.
  • Naomi Phan-Quang
    Dear Tito Bert,

    I was in the room when you drew your final breath. It was an honor to sit next to you and read you the Scriptures in your last moments. I know how dedicated you were to God’s Word and how diligently you studied it each day, so it is...  more